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BoyleSports Signs New Agreement with Net Entertainment

BoyleSports and Net Entertainment recently signed an agreement which will see Net Entertainment, one of the leading online gambling software developers, start supplying mobile games to a new mobile casino being set up by BoyleSports’, the successful Irish gambling firm.

A new agreement will see Net Entertainment provide online casino games for BoyleSports’ mobile platform.

According to the agreement Net Entertainment will be supplying mobile casino games to BoyleSports’ customers in order to expand the services offered by BoyleSports. Furthermore, the agreement will also see Net Entertainment’s excellent management platform being supplied which will easily integrate into BoyleSports’ existing mobile software.
Keith O’Loughlin, the CEO of BoyleSports, has said that the group is innovating across all its gaming verticals and said that Net Entertainment is a company which has been producing some of the top quality content in the market.
The CEO of Net Entertainment, Per Eriksson, expressed excitement at becoming the gaming content partner for BoyleSports and said that this agreement solidifies Net Entertainment’s position in the UK gaming market.
BoyleSports’ mobile application is available for both Android devices and iPhones and allows customers to bet on all sporting events including the Euro 2012 football tournament. However, the plan is to expand it so that customers can also enjoy a range of mobile casino games from their existing accounts.

Last month Net Entertainment announced that they were planning on expanding their selection of mobile games and began by releasing two new games, Victorious Touch and Flowers Touch. Both of these games can be enjoyed on computers as well as mobile devices at any of the casinos which are powered by Net Entertainment’s technology.

At present Net Entertainment offer five games on their mobile platform, in addition to the two already mentioned they also offer Gonzo’s Quest, Jack Hammer and Blackjack. It is expected that there will be many more releases for Android and iPhone over the coming year.

OCA News Editor